One of the hardest things in design is knowing the right time to compromise, if there ever is one. The very idea of compromise might send some precious designers into fits.
That’s why we spoke to Mike Monteiro about this topic. The man has a reputation that makes him seem absolute about everything. So when is it ok for him to compromise?
Josh and Ross investigate that idea with Mike which leads into discussion of all sorts of design problems.
“If our leaders are to enjoy the trappings of their position in the hierarchy, then we expect them to offer us protection. The problem is, for many of the overpaid leaders, we know that they took the money and perks and didn’t offer protection to their people. In…
Yep. If you’re not eating last, you’re no leader.
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